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Video Production Company Manila
Video Production Background Manila
Common Types of Video Production in Manila
- Corporate video productions
- Event video productions
- Films (feature length and shorts)
- Music videos
- TV commercials
- Social media video productions
- Youtube Video productions
- Product review videos
- Viral marketing advertisements
- Video interviews
- Tutorial Videos
Manila Video Production Locations
Metro Manila is the most populated metropolitan area in the Philippines. The tallest skyscrapers in The Philippines are located in Manila with The Grand Hyatt Manila claiming the number one spot since its opening in 2017. It’s 318 m in height and has 66 floors. Prior to The Grand Hyatt’s completion in 2017, The Philippine Bank of Communications Tower, or PBCom Tower as it most notably known, stood as the second tallest building in the Philippines for 17 years.
The Pasig River connects Laguna de Bay to Manila Bay. This winding Philippine river bisects Manila and divides the capital into a northern and southern half. Manila boasts an eclectic blend of architecture that displays a diverse range of architectural styles. These designs span different historical and cultural periods reflecting Spanish, American,Chinese and Malay architectural influences.
Manila’s grand Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica is situated in the heart of Intramuros. Known locally as Manila Cathedral, this breathtaking Neo-Romanesque church is impressive in design from its facade to its interior. It has undergone several reconstructions due to constant tragedies over the last five centuries. The cathedral was nearly decimated near the end of WWII, with the last rebuild completed in 1958.
The “Walled City”, is a part of Intramuros with old Spanish era architecture representing Manila’s origins and turbulent history. Here you can capture the history of Manila and its deteriorating citadel – Fort Santiago. It was built to the end of the 1500’s as a base for Spanish colonialist ambitions in the Far East. The Philippine Jose Rizal was a national hero in The Philippines and was imprisoned here just before his execution.
Manila Bay is a natural harbor, and the Port of Manila. Its convenient location has been the point of commerce and trade between the Philippines and neighboring ASEAN countries. There are several islands opposite the entrance to Manila Bay. Namely Corregidor as well as the island of Caballo, which separates the mouth of the bay into Northern and Southern channels. Volcanic peaks covered by tropical foliage can be found on both sides of the bay.
Filming Equipment and Post-Production Availability
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Frequently Asked questions:
Do I need to apply for a visa or work permit?
– You will need to apply for a work permit, Which our local fixers take care of.
Are shooting permits required?
– Each location will require a permit and this process will take between 3 to 7 days all of which we facilitate